United States Attorney

The 2016 Democratic nominee called out Trump's behavior with a question on Twitter.
The prosecution of Christopher Paul Hasson shows some of the challenges the FBI faces in prosecuting armed extremists allegedly plotting violence.
Nearly 5.2 square miles of the Olympic National Forest burned.
The president sued to block his accounting firm from handing over his records in a criminal probe.
The e-cigarette maker is under increasing scrutiny as the death toll linked to vaping rises.
Federal prosecutors say the Chicago-based agent bilked the Delta SkyBonus program.
Jeffrey Clark Jr., a self-described white nationalist who called the Pittsburgh shooting suspect a "hero," could be eligible for supervised release.
Federal prosecutors are investigating the Saturday shooting that left at least 22 dead in a Texas Walmart as domestic terrorism and a possible hate crime.
More women have come forward to detail allegations of how Epstein abused them when they were minors, prosecutors told a federal judge.
Authorities said the $350,000 in payments are proof the convicted sex offender is trying to influence witness testimony.
The president stood by his labor secretary, who approved a deal that allowed Epstein to avoid federal prosecution and significant prison time.
Stone's in trouble again for social media posts, this time for attacking Robert Mueller's investigation.
A federal prosecutor told jurors Raniere groomed women for sex, threatening to expose their “deepest, darkest secrets” if they didn’t comply with his wishes.
Jeffrey Harris says his old boss would've charged Trump "in a heartbeat."
Chair Robin Hayes is facing federal charges for the campaign contribution scheme.
Federal prosecutors say the former Stormy Daniels attorney threatened to release damaging information about Nike if the company didn't meet his demands.
The federal prosecutors include Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta, who was the U.S. attorney in Miami at the time.
The billionaire financier avoided potentially severe penalties for sexually abusing teenage girls in favor of a relatively light state conviction.
The admissions by Cohen and AMI conflict with Trump’s own evolving explanations.
A federal judge in New York is set to decide whether Cohen gets leniency or years in prison.